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If your luggage is looking a little worse for wear post holidays, Overstock is having a massive sitewide sale — including up to 60% off luggage. The sale ends soon, so get to it.
Private landowners present a rising threat to the millions of acres set aside for public use by blocking access to public lands.
The companies that own Dove, Secret and Degree are all getting in on the action.
"I tell you something our president did or said and you tell me: does it even matter anymore?"
My intention going in was to try to shoplift something and catch these complacent Amazon types napping. But it became clear when I went in that this wasn’t going to be an option.
It's been a while since we've checked in with Lauri Vuohensilta and his world-famous hydraulic press, but watching him forge a knife from an old wrench with the power of the press was worth the visit.
After years of trying to distinguish herself, Sara Eckel considers the value of door-to-door canvassing, phone-banking, and other anonymous tasks of everyday activism.
"A few weeks after I got home, I found out that I was pregnant. A few weeks after that, I found out that Wilfredo had been killed. I was just so glad that he was leaving part of himself with me."
Missouri's Republican Gov. Eric Greitens continues to deny allegations that he threatened to blackmail a woman he had bound with tape and blindfolded during a sexual encounter in 2015.
The New England Patriots are headed to their second straight Super Bowl after defeating the Jacksonville Jaguars 24-20 on Sunday at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.
What happens after Will gets to Bel Air in the theme song? Nothing good.
A wild desire to preserve one of Utah's most famous natural monuments almost destroyed it.
Classified documents from the Snowden archive reveal the NSA has been developing technology to automatically identify a speaker from the sound of their voice.
You've heard it before, and you'll hear it again: you should really learn to code.
How the #MeToo movement became a feminist sexual revolution.
Their peaceful premises and intricate rule systems are changing the way Americans play — and helping shape an industry in the process.
Guess this is what winter wonderland really looks like.
What's the fastest way to fix a broken system? Take it over, say the record number of female candidates running for office in 2018 for the first time.
Saddled with a run-down house, a faltering marriage and a vanishing bank account, a woman takes to her two-wheeler.
Porn performer Stormy Daniels reflects on her place in the Trump news cycle and her unlikely status as the resistance's new hero... and Colin Jost just tries to keep up.
In the 80s, a defining online phenomenon — being able to use the internet for free — came from (of all places) Cleveland. Here's the story of the Free-Net.
It's not that kind of pull-out couch.
Weighted blankets are used as a sleep therapy tool for people who have a hard time de-stressing enough to fall asleep. Sound familiar? Us too. This one’s great.
Having spent over a decade growing and loving in the queer community, I've learned that relationships can be a lot more malleable than traditional paradigms give them credit for. In fact, queer relationships are often very "weird."
In our tech driven world, companies like Apple, Facebook, Alphabet (formerly Google), and Amazon have a lock on tech development, but they consistently fail to develop culture in ways that are innovative and sustainable.
Guess some people really can't hold their virtual reality.
Eating when you're drunk is like letting your spirit animal take the reins except, while intoxicated, everyone's spirit animal is a giant, rabid trash panda with Tom Brady's metabolism.
Jan "Lewan" Lewandowski came to America to be a star. Somewhere along the way, he robbed millions of dollars from hundreds of people.
Almost no animals out there make blue pigments — even the ones that look blue. Yes, it's confusing.
When her brother is sentenced to death for a murder he didn't commit, one woman takes on the corrosive culture of capital punishment.
Ben Sinclair is nothing like the freewheeling dealer he portrays in "High Maintenance." Except he smokes pot, drives an RV and parted ways with his wife (who co-created the show).
The issues surrounding Meltdown and Spectre are immense and complicated, but here's one way of understanding it.
Public defenders sometimes have to buy courtroom attire for defendants who can't afford it.
In the largely unregulated world of bitcoin and cryptocurrency, fraudsters are getting rich by deliberately spreading false information to affect the price of their holdings using social media, scam news sites, and private chat apps.
It'd still make Tinder horrible, but at least it's a different kind of horrible.
Nothing made fatherhood seem more real to me than this adorable parcel of sleepsacks and onesies.
The best planet, Mercury, is in the midst of telling us something important about our sun: It’s losing mass.
After months of rumormongering and speculation, Shane Smith's media empire seems to be surviving a highly anticipated Times story by reforming its culture — and publicizing it. Now, can it justify that $5.7 billion valuation?
What happens when one company provides so many government services and then evaporates?
It’s been a brutal couple of months for fans of quirky, lo-fi streaming comedies.
It's too early to declare a Song of Summer for 2018... but this is our Song of Summer for 2018.
The show balanced improvisation and careful planning thanks to its overarching structure.
From state-level bans on municipalities passing LGBT protections to bills that allow for anti-LGBT discrimination in child services, this homophobia could soon be enshrined in law.
Some people love their home states, while others, like the people in Connecticut or Rhode Island, much, much less so.
While the state has not named its software provider, evidence suggests it is an Idaho-based company called AlertSense, a FEMA-approved company that says it works with clients in states around the country.
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